unnatural

Believe in the unnatural

Science will tell you that fey creatures cannot exist, have never stalked your path, gulping when your heart contracts, exhaling when it expands.

Science learns new things about itself daily, and will be the first to say, “Look at this math, it proves a thing. We don’t know why or how just yet. But we will. Isn’t that beautiful?”

And it is beautiful.

Do not blame science for it’s sharp teeth — science is not the opposite of the fey, of the arcane, of the eldritch. It is young and still finding it’s way. There are enemies that pounced upon it continuously, that still yet lurk in it’s wake.

Science is not our enemy.

Believe in the unnatural world and explore it. Believe in the physical world and explore it, too. 

Is Homosexuality Natural?

Here are a select few critters in this known world whom have been observed engaging in homosexual bahaviors (obviously discluding humans):

Acorn Woodpecker

Adelie Penguin

African Elephant

African Buffalo

Agile Wallaby

Alfalfa Weevil

Amazon molly

Amazon River Dolphin(Boto)

American Flamingo

American Herring Gull

American Bison

Amoeba and Barneys

Anna’s Hummingbird

Anole sp.

Antelope

Appalachian Woodland Salamander

Asian Elephant

Asiatic Lion

Asiatic Mouflon

Atlantic Spotted Dolphin

Australian Sea Lion

Australian Shelduck

Australian Parasitic Wasp sp.

Aztec Parakeet

Bank Swallow

Barasingha

Barbary Sheep

Barn Owl

Bean Weevil sp.

Bearded Dragon

Bedbug and other Bug spp.

Beluga

Bengalese Finch (Domestic)

Bharal

Bicolored Antbird

Bighorn Sheep

Black-rumped Flameback

Black-footed Rock Wallaby

Black-tailed Deer

Black-billed Magpie

Black-crowned Night Heron

Black-spotted Frog

Black-headed Gull

Black Bear

Black Stilt

Black Swan

Black-winged Stilt

Blackbuck

Blackstripe topminnow

Blister Beetle spp.

Blood-Fluke

Blowfly

Blue-bellied Roller

Blue-winged Teal

Blue-backed Manakin

Blue Tit

Bluegill Sunfish

Bonnet Macaque

Bonobo

Bottlenose Dolphin

Bowhead Whale

Box Crab

Brazilian Guinea Pig

Bridled Dolphin

Broad-headed Skink

Broadwinged Damselfly sp.

Brown Rat

Brown Bear

Brown Long-eared Bat

Brown Capuchin

Brown-headed Cowbird

Budgerigar (Domestic)

Buff-breasted Sandpiper

Buffalo

Cabbage (Small) White (Butterfly)

Calfbird

California Gull

Canada Goose

Canary-winged Parakeet

Caribou

Caspian Tern

Cat (domestic)

Cattle Egret

Cattle (domestic)

Char

Checkered Whiptail Lizard

Checkerspot Butterfly

Cheetah

Chicken

Chihuahuan Spotted Whiptail Lizard

Chilean Flamingo

Chiloe Wigeon

Chinstrap penguin

Cliff Swallow

Club-tailed Dragonfly spp.

Cockroach spp.

Collared Peccary

Commerson’s Dolphin

Common Skimmer Dragonfly spp.

Common Gull

Common Shelduck

Common Chimpanzee

Common Dolphin

Common Marmoset

Common Pipistrelle

Common Raccoon

Common Redshank

Common Chaffinch

Common Tree Shrew

Common Brushtail Possum

Common Murre

Common Ameiva

Common Garter Snake

Cotton-top Tamarin

Crab-eating Macaque

Crane spp.

Creeping Water Bug sp.

Crested Black Macaque

Cuban Green Anole

Cutworm

Dall’s Sheep

Daubenton’s Bat

Desert Grassland Whiptail Lizard

Desert Tortoise

Digger Bee

Dog (domestic)

Donkey

Doria’s Tree Kangaroo

Dragonfly spp.

Dugong

Dusky Moorhen

Dwarf Mongoose

Dwarf Cavy

Eastern Giant Ichneumon Wasp

Eastern Bluebird

Eastern Cottontail Rabbit

Eastern Grey Kangaroo

Egyptian Goose

Elegant Parrot

Elk

Emu

Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer

Eurasian Oystercatcher

Euro (a subspecies of wallaroo)

European Jay

European Bitterling

European Bison

European Shag

Fallow Deer

False Killer Whale

Fat-tailed Dunnart

Fence Lizard

Field Cricket sp.

Fin Whale

Five-lined Skink[disambiguation needed]

Flour Beetle

Fox

Fruit Fly spp.

Galah

Gazelle

Gelada Baboon

Gentoo Penguin

Giraffe

Glasswing Butterfly

Goat (Domestic)

Golden Plover

Golden Monkey

Golden Bishop Bird

Gopher (Pine) Snake

Gorilla

Grant’s Gazelle

Grape Borer

Grape Berry Moth

Gray-capped Social Weaver

Gray-breasted Jay

Grayling

Great Cormorant

Greater Flamingo

Greater Bird of Paradise

Greater Rhea

Green swordtail

Green Anole

Green Sandpiper

Green Lacewing

Greenshank

Grey Wolf

Grey Heron

Grey-headed Flying Fox

Grey Seal

Grey squirrel

Grey Whale

Greylag Goose

Griffon Vulture

Grizzly Bear

Guiana leaffish

Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock

Guillemot

Guinea Pig (Domestic)

Hamadryas Baboon

Hammerhead (also known as Hammerkop)

Hamster (Domestic)

Hanuman Langur

Harbor Porpoise

Harbor Seal

Harvest Spider sp.

Hawaiian Orb-Weaver (spider)

Hen Flea

Herring Gull

Himalayan Tahr

Hoary-headed Grebe

Hoary Marmot

Hooded Warbler

Horse (domestic)

House Sparrow

House Fly

Houting Whitefish

Human (see Human sexual behavior)

Humboldt Penguin

Ichneumon wasp sp.

Inagua Curlytail Lizard

Incirrate Octopus spp.

Indian Muntjac

Indian Fruit Bat

Indian Rhinoceros

Ivory Gull

Jackdaw

Jamaican Giant Anole

Japanese Scarab Beetle

Japanese Macaque

Javelina

Jewel Fish

Jumping Spider and Some Select Yeast sp.

Kangaroo Rat

Kestrel

Killer Whale

King Penguin

Kittiwake

Koala

Kob

Larch Bud Moth

Laredo Striped Whiptail Lizard

Larga Seal

Large White

Large Milkweed Bug

Largehead Anole

Laughing Gull

Laysan Albatross

Least Darter (Microperca punctulata)

Least Chipmunk

Lechwe

Lesser Scaup Duck

Lesser Flamingo

Lesser Bushbaby

Lion-tailed Macaque

Lion Tamarin

Lion

Little Egret

Little Blue Heron

Little Brown Bat

Livingstone’s Fruit Bat

Long-eared Hedgehog

Long-legged Fly spp.

Long-footed Tree Shrew

Long-tailed Hermit Hummingbird

Lory spp.

Macaque

Mallard

Markhor

Marten

Masked Lovebird

Matschie’s Tree Kangaroo

Mazarine Blue

Mealy Amazon Parrot

Mediterranean Fruit Fly

Mew Gull

Mexican Jay

Mexican White (butterfly)

Midge sp.

Migratory Locust

Mite sp.

Moco

Mohol Galago

Monarch Butterfly

Moor Macaque

Moose

Mountain Zebra

Mountain Tree Shrew

Mountain Dusky Salamander

Mountain Goat

Mourning Gecko

Mouse (domestic)

Moustached Tamarin

Mouthbreeding Fish sp.

Mule Deer

Musk Duck

Musk-ox

Mute Swan

Narrow-winged Damselfly spp.

Natterer’s Bat

New Zealand Sea Lion

Nilgiri Langur

Noctule

North American Porcupine

Northern Quoll

Northern Fur Seal

Northern Elephant Seal

Ocellated Antbird

Ocher-bellied Flycatcher

Olympic Marmot

Orange-fronted Parakeet

Orange Bishop Bird

Orangutan

Ornate Lorikeet

Ostrich

Pacific Striped Dolphin

Parsnip Leaf Miner

Patas Monkey

Peach-faced Lovebird

Pere David’s Deer

Pied Kingfisher

Pied Flycatcher

Pig (Domestic)

Pig-tailed Macaque

Pigeon (Domestic)

Plains Zebra

Plateau Striped Whiptail Lizard

Polar Bear

Pomace fly

Powerful Owl

Pretty-faced Wallaby

Proboscis Monkey

Pronghorn

Przewalski’s Horse

Puku

Purple Swamphen

Queen Butterfly

Quokka

Rabbit

Raccoon Dog

Raggiana’s Bird of Paradise

Raven

Razorbill

Red Squirrel

Red Deer

Red-tailed Skink

Red Diamond Rattlesnake

Red-necked Wallaby

Red Fox

Red Ant sp.

Red Flour Beetle

Red-backed Shrike

Red Bishop Bird

Red Kangaroo

Red-faced Lovebird

Red-shouldered Widowbird

Reeves’s Muntjac

Regent Bowerbird

Reindeer Warble Fly (Hypoderma tarandi)

Reindeer

Rhesus Macaque

Right Whale

Ring-billed Gull

Ring Dove

Rock Dove

Rock Cavy

Rodrigues Fruit Bat

Roe Deer

Rose-ringed Parakeet

Rose Chafer[disambiguation needed]

Roseate Tern

Rove Beetle spp.

Ruffed Grouse

Ruff

Rufous-naped Tamarin

Rufous Rat Kangaroo

Rufous Bettong

Saddle-back Tamarin

Sage Grouse

Salmon spp.

San Blas Jay

Sand Martin

Satin Bowerbird

Savanna Baboon

Scarab Beetle (Melolonthine)

Scarlet Ibis

Scottish Crossbill

Screwworm Fly

Sea Otter

Senegal Parrot

Serotine Bat

Sharp-tailed Sparrow[disambiguation needed]

Sheep (Domestic)

Siamang

Side-blotched Lizard

Sika Deer

Silkworm Moth

Silver Gull

Silvery Grebe

Slender Tree Shrew

Snow Goose

Sooty Mangabey

Southeastern Blueberry Bee

Southern Green Stink Bug

Southern Masked Chafer

Southern One-Year Canegrub

Southern platyfish

Speckled Rattlesnake

Sperm Whale

Spinifex Hopping Mouse

Spinner Dolphin

Spiny-Headed Worm

Spotted Hyena

Spotted Seal

Spreadwinged Damselfly spp.

Spruce Budworm Moth

Squirrel Monkey

Stable Fly sp.

Stag Beetle spp.

Steller’s Sea Eagle

Striped Dolphin

Stuart’s Marsupial Mouse

Stumptail Macaque

Superb Lyrebird

Swallow-tailed Manakin

Swamp Wallaby

Swamp Deer

Takhi

Talapoin

Tammar Wallaby

Tasmanian Rat Kangaroo

Tasmanian Native Hen

Tasmanian Devil

Ten-spined stickleback

Tengger Desert Toad

Thinhorn Sheep

Thomson’s Gazelle

Three-spined stickleback

Tiger

Tonkean Macaque

Tree Swallow

Trumpeter Swan

Tsetse Fly

Tucuxi

Turkey (Domestic)

Urial

Vampire Bat

Verreaux’s Sifaka

Vervet

Victoria’s Riflebird

Vicuna

Walrus

Wapiti

Warthog

Water Moccasin

Water Strider spp.

Water Boatman Bug[disambiguation needed]

Water Buffalo

Waterbuck

Wattled Starling

Weeper Capuchin

West Indian Manatee

Western Gull

Western Banded Gecko

Western Grey Kangaroo

Western rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis)

Whiptail Wallaby

Whiptail Lizard spp.

White Stork

White-faced Capuchin

White-tailed Deer

White-lipped Peccary

White-fronted Amazon Parrot

White-fronted Capuchin

White-handed Gibbon

Wild Goat

Wild Cavy

Wisent

Wood Duck

Wood Turtle

Yellow-toothed Cavy

Yellow-backed Lorikeet

Yellow-rumped Cacique

Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby

Zebra Finch (Domestic)

So… discluding these select few creatures, we can determine that homosexuality is, indeed, unnatural. ♥